By Mike Torpey on 2012-12-04 - Driving Force news editor and responsible for organising our daily output. He was staff motoring editor of the Liverpool Echo for 20 years.
Fresh style for C3
CITROEN'S popular C3 Picasso model has been updated with new design features, fresh body colours and additional optional technology.
On the outside, the restyled supermini MPV now comes with a revised front bumper and the latest Citroen chevrons on all versions plus LED daytime running lights for a fresh look on VTR+ and Exclusive models.
Inside, the cabin has been updated with a new trim called Mistral 'Mixou' cloth, which is standard on all VTR+ models while there's also the option of a new black leather upholstery on Exclusive models.
The company's latest MyWay sat-nav system is added to the option list, with extra functionality over the previous set-up, while eMyWay can also be specified with a reversing camera and rear parking sensors.
An electro-chrome rear view mirror is now included in C3 Picasso's Automatic Pack option at no extra charge and the car has new 15-inch 'Asterodea' wheel covers as standard on VT versions.
Citroen has also uprated the power output of the HDi 110 engine on the Exclusive model, renaming it HDi 115, though fuel economy and CO2 emissions are unaltered.
Two new body colours - Ink Blue and Pearlescent White - have been added and the range starts at £12,995 for the VTi 95 manual VT model rising to £17,475 for the HDi 115 manual Exclusive, which returns an average 58.8mpg.
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